guestbook


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guestbook

(ˈɡɛstˌbʊk)
n
1. a book in a museum, hotel, etc, in which a visitor can comment on his or her visit to that place
2. (Computer Science) a page on a website where visitors may leave messages or greetings
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This was the expression used by French Prime Minister Bernard Cazeneuve to annotate the guestbook of the Bardo Museum in Tunis where the French Prime Minister Bernard Cazeneuve annotated the guestbook of the Bardo Museum in Tunis, where he went on Friday afternoon at the end of a two-day visit to Tunisia (April 6 and 7), leading a high-level French delegation.
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A photo of the Pope's guestbook message was posted by the Catholic Bishops' Conference of the Philippines (CBCP) News on its official Twitter account.
ySTANBUL (CyHAN)- The guestbook of Ottoman painter, intellectual and statesman Osman Hamdi's youngest child is on view at a historical exhibition at Koc University's Research Center for Anatolian Civilizations (AnaMed) in ystanbul.
15 ( ANI ): Justin Bieber, who recently visited the Anne Frank House in Amsterdam, wrote in their guestbook that he hoped Frank "would have been a Belieber" if she had lived.
com/blogs/she-the-people/wp/2013/04/15/justin-bieber-draws-outrage-for-comments-at-anne-frank-house/) quick to judge Justin Bieber's now infamous note in the Anne Frank House's guestbook, some have jumped to his aide, including (http://www.
Frank Kornersmann, who has been studying Mennonite agriculture in southwest Germany for many years, has now published the guestbook of the Mollinger family.
The San Francisco Chronicle's website has also established an online guestbook for friends, family and colleagues to share memories and express condolences at http://www.
The UN chief received details about the originality of the Mausoleum's architectural aspect, before signing its guestbook.
Writing in the guestbook, he called it a place "where quality, product, logistics and engaged workers contribute to an optimal result.
Claire Forbes, from Magherafelt, Co Derry, hopes her "virtual" guestbook will give couples a chance to hear everyone's best wishes after the hubbub of the wedding has died down.
He was even more delighted when Nicky Byrne and Kian Egan wrote in the guestbook about how much they'd loved their meal.